Framework for Qualifications of the European Higher Education Area

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Jim Murray, Sean O Foghlu, Eva Åkesson, David Bottomley, Gerard Madill, Bryan Maguire, Karin Järplid Linde, Karl-Axel Nilsson

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12,99 € (75 Seiten, PDF)

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  • The Framework for Qualifications of the European Higher Education Area: Challenges and Opportunities

    Jim Murray

    This article focuses on the challenges and opportunities presented by the emergence of the Framework for Qualifications of the European Higher Education Area. In particular, it looks at issues surrounding the establishment of compatible national frameworks of qualifications, and refers principally to the experience of Ireland which has had a National Framework of Qualifications in place since 2003.

  • Aligning National Frameworks of Qualifications with the Bologna Framework

    Challenges addressed and issues arising from the alignment of the Scottish and Irish national frameworks of qualifications with the Framework for qualifications of the European Higher Education Area

    D. Bottomley, G. Madill, B. Maguire, J. Murray, S. Ó Foghlú

    This article examines the nature and intent of the alignment of National Frameworks of Qualifications with the overarching Framework of Qualifications for the European Higher Education Area (the Bologna Framework). It summarises the alignment processes that were implemented in Scotland and Ireland, looks at the issues arising from the implementation of both the procedures and the criteria, and suggests areas for further consideration by other countries in advancing with similar processes.

  • National Qualifications Framework – Applied to External and Internal Accreditation Processes

    Karin Järplid Linde, Karl-Axel Nilsson, Eva Åkesson

    This article discusses the development of external and internal accreditation processes in Swedish higher education, in the light of the Bologna Process and the nationally established qualifications descriptors (learning outcomes) set within a National Qualifications Framework. By using two examples, namely the External Accreditation Processes for Masters programmes at the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education, and the Internal Validation Framework at Lund University we point out some of the lessons learned: the pitfalls, difficulties and success stories as well as the considerations that arose during the process.

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